NASA’s 4-Person Crew Takes  Space Station

Off From The International

The Third Long-Duration Team

Of astronauts launched by SpaceX to the International Space Station (ISS) for NASA safely departed the orbiting outpost early on Thursday

The SpaceX Crew Dragon Capsule

Carrying three U.S. NASA astronauts and a German astronaut from the European Space Agency undocked from the ISS at 1:20 a.m. ED

Live Video Showing The Capsule

Drifting away from the station as the two vehicles soared high over Australia was shown on a NASA webcast.

Wearing Helmeted White-And-Black

Spacesuits, the four astronauts were seen strapped into the crew cabin shortly before the spacecraft separated from the space station

A Series Of Several Brief Rocket

Thrusts then autonomously pushed the capsule safely clear of the ISS and lowered its orbit to line up the spacecraft for later atmospheric re-entry and splashdown.

If All Goes Smoothly

The Crew Dragon craft, dubbed Endurance, will parachute into the sea off the coast of Florida at 12:43 a.m. EDT on Friday

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